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"I was in Peru the year I saw a UFO. It was just a sight, I glanced over in a direction, nobody else was looking and saw something in the corner of my eye, I looked at it, then it disappeared behind a hill side".
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Captain Eddie Rickenbacker
American Ace of Aces, medal of honour-winning commander of the 94th Aero Pursuit Squadron in WWI.
"Flying saucers are real. Too many good men have seen them, that don't have hallucinations."
Major Gerald Smith
US Air Force. One of the F-106 pilots scrambled under orders from NORAD.
"There was something definite in the sky. If it had proved to be hostile we would have destroyed it."
FAA Chief of Accidents and Investigations.
"The UFO was bouncing around the 747. It was a huge ball with lights running around it."
Well, I've been involved in a lot of cover-ups with the FAA. When we gave the presentation to the Reagan staff, they had all those people swear that this never happened. But they never had me swear it never happened. I can tell you what I've seen with my own eyes. I've got a videotape. I've got the voice tape. I've got the reports that were filed that will confirm what I've been telling you"
Japan Airlines pilot in 1986.
"It is impossible for any man-made machine to make a sudden appearance in front of a jumbo jet that is flying 910 kilometres per hour and to remain in steady formation paralleling our aircraft. Honestly, we were simply breath taken."
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Obama's former pilot during his election campaign in 2008 has revealed that the highlight of his career wasn't flying around the President of the United States of America, but was an "incredible UFO sighting" he had in 1989.
"I was just a first officer in a commuter airliner turboprop. I was flying from Kansas City International Airport bound for Waterloo, Iowa. There were crystal-clear skies in Kansas City. Crystal clear skies in Waterloo.
Soon after takeoff, he and the captain spotted a massive disk in the sky. He said: "It was dimly visible through the clouds, and the object appeared to be pacing the aircraft. We knew the object was not the moon, as we could see the moon on the opposite side of the cockpit."
"Soon after, the object turned into a giant red ball."
The presenter asked Morris asked if any passengers witnessed the UFO, to which Mr Danzinger replied: "The captain did, but I don't know about any of the passengers." Morris said that he had previously been told by a number of other pilots that they have also seen UFOs but generally keep it quiet.
Mr Danzinger explained that, "most pilots have seen at least one UFO but most of those don't widely discuss it for fear of it affecting their job or ridicule." Danzinger said "there was no formal policy to not speak about UFO sightings at his airline or any one he had ever worked for, but that there was an unwritten rule of sorts."
He said, "We were young. We were new in our careers, and the way people tend to be ridiculed about all of this, you just kind of kept quiet. You don't want to be brandished as being crazy. That was one of our concerns before we actually reported it to air traffic control. We discussed it amongst each other. Is this something that is going to jeopardize our career? The government seems to discount every single report that ever seems to come out. The news media, at least in the past, tends to ridicule every UFO report, so, you know, that was all going on really big back in the 1980s."
The pilot said, "other airmen had said that since he "came out" as a UFO witness, that they are hopeful of some legitimacy being given to the subject." He said, "Virtually all pilots believe in UFOs."
Pilots have said to me, "Wow, maybe this is finally going to get the stuff out. I have seen stuff. It is about time someone actually came forward, and you are actually getting some press, and maybe people will start believing this a little bit more."
"With billions of stars and trillions of planets out there, ya gotta believe, and almost all of us pilots do."
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Source: Interview with Clayton Morris on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" show.
Captain Ray Bowyer
Two experienced airline pilots on separate flights saw something up on a mile wide off the coast of Alderney on Monday afternoon.
Surprisingly, Jersey radar equipment did not pick up the object, although an air traffic controller said he had received simultaneous reports from the Aurigny and BlueIslands pilots.
Aurigny's Captain Ray Bowyer, 50, said he saw the strange object during a flight from Southampton.
"I saw the strange object during a flight from Southampton. I spotted a bright-yellow light 10 miles west of Alderney while my plane was about 30 miles from the island and at 4,000ft."
"It was a very sharp, thin yellow object with a green area. It was 2,000ft up and stationary. I thought it was about 10 miles away, although I later realised it was approximately 40 miles from us. At first, I thought it was the size of a 737. A 737 is slightly smaller than a jumbo jet. But it must have been much bigger because of how far away it was. It could have been as much as a mile wide."
As he continued his approach to Alderney, Capt. Bowyer saw a second identical object further to the west. It was exactly the same but looked smaller because it was further away. It was closer to Guernsey.
The pilot from BlueIslands was en route to Jersey at the same time and as he went past Sark he described an object behind him to his left.
The description was very similar to Captain Bowyer's and they described it as being in exactly the same place. But they were looking at it from opposite sides.
Source: The Guernsey Press & Star - St Saviour, Jersey, - April 26, 200?